Worcester boss Alan Solomons lavished praise on winger Josh Adams following his impressive run in the ongoing Aviva Premiership season.
Adams, who joined the Sixways outfit from Scarlets in 2015 tops the list for the leading try-scorer in the ongoing Premiership season with nine touchdowns and is followed by Vereniki Goneva and Dan Robson, who had seven apiece.
He now has scored in six consecutive league games and only former Sale Sharks try machine Mark Cueto has eclipsed that feat with runs of seven and eight matches in a row.
With Worcester lined up to take on Bath next on Friday at Sixways, Adams will be hoping to continue his impressive run that will put him on the radar for Wales' Six Nations squad selection.
"He is a really good rugby player and an extremely dangerous broken-field runner," Solomons said.
"I think Josh has got a lot of confidence because of the way the team is playing.
"It is all about the team, and because we are playing well, Josh has been given the opportunities which he has taken. He has grown in confidence."
Worcester Warriors are currently positioned ninth in the table with three wins from 12 games.
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